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Mangar Bathing Cushion

Mangar Comfort Bather
Approximate Price: $1766

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Last updated: Mar 1 2021

Short Description

A powered (mains or battery) inflatable bath hoist, which is positioned within the bath. It allows the occupant to lower themselves from the top of the bath into the bath water via a hand held controller. This hoist raises the user up to 400mm. It can be folded and is portable. Suitable for domestic use. A model that lifts up to 500mm is available as a special order.

Additional Info

More Details

. The Comfort Bather has four suction cap feet on the base to attach it to the surface of the bath.
. It fits standard bathtubs with a width of 585mm
. It operates with low air pressure and fully inflates in about 3 minutes. It deflates gently with weight on it. It will lose air slowly if left to deflate after use.
. Hoist has lumbar support which can fold flat to allow complete submersion in the water
. The air compressor will not allow the unit to be deflated unless there is enough charge for it to be inflated again (preventing the user from being stuck in the tub unexpectedly).
. The air compressor will inflate the unit up to 3 times on one charge


. The Comfort Bather Bath Lift is best suited for someone with reasonable upper body stability
. Most Mangar inflatable bathers raise the user to a height of 400mm. This product is available for people who have a higher bath and / or need to raise to a height of 500mm

Place Of Manufacture

United Kingdom

Price Guide

Price is from Unicare Health.

Models And Options


* Mangar Bathing Cushion 400 (max. seat height 400mm)
* Mangar Bathing Cushion 500 (max. seat height 500mm)


Carry bag


Specification Standard
Boom Length N/A
Boom Rotation N/A
Load Capacity (supplier stated) 150 kg
Seat Depth 440 mm
Seat Height From 20 mm to 400 mm (from deflated to inflated)
Seat Width 580 mm

Additional Dimensions

Backrest width 540 mm
Backrest depth 330 mm
Airhose length 1.8 m
Weight of Cushion 2 kg



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Avant Innovations
Unit 9 110-120 Silverwater Rd
NSW 2128
Sales: 02 8315 2834
Contact Person: James Pridham
39 Cambro RD
VIC 3168
Sales: 03 9568 8383
Contact Person: Rory Dunlevy
MultiFit (NZ)
10 Pohutu St
Sales: 0800 102 803 (NZ)
Fax: 0011 64 800 102 800
Unicare Health (formerly River Abilities)
29 Alexandra Pl
WA 6102
Sales: 08 9351 7500
Fax: 08 9350 5299


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